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Family Law's top 10 articles of 2016

Date:21 DEC 2016

Clockwise from top left: Newly published The Modern Judge (the perfect stocking filler); Brexit and the Supreme Court; Family Court Practice 2016 hot off the press; Family Law does the Bristol Legal Walk and Family Law Update 2017 coming to a venue near you.

Break open the box of mince pies hang up just a few more strands of tinsel and try to forget that your festive Toblerone will never look the same again. It’s Christmas and that means only one thing here at Family Law…no not questionable secret Santa presents… we take our seasonal look back over all the happenings of 2016 and our top 10 articles.

1. WS  v WS: Pensions experts' review 

The case of WS v WS [2015] EWHC 3941 (Fam) was considered in this article by an expert team of actuaries and financial analysts who considered how the input of a pension expert might have influenced the decision-making process. The judgment in this case was made to offset the value of a defined benefit pension scheme...

Read the full article here.